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sharp-featured

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Definition of sharp-featured in English:

adjective

(Of a person) having well-defined facial features: she was expensively dressed, sharp-featured, and bad-tempered
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  • His wife, Judy, a sharp-featured woman with frosted hair, tends the counter.
  • I'm facing a sharp-featured boy with a blond Mohawk.
  • Alanis recognized the sharp-featured woman as Lady Jemima Thorntree, the wife of the host, Lord George Thorntree.

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